Dragon Ball, anime baggage Show more
Lately I've been exercycling to the original Dragon Ball again, which has been entertaining enough from the perspective of getting to see character origins and more Toriyama art in the context of anime history, but also perhaps SLIGHTLY frustrating, since the show's racked up enough demerits over its first two seasons (for panty shots and racist designs) that I've stopped counting them altogether
Dragon Ball Show more
It's a shame you don't see many humanoid animal characters outside a few extras, since every last one of them is good and cute (yes, even the ones following ghoulish orders in the Red Ribbon Army). A recent episode had a market scene with dog, boar, and panda characters mixed in with humans as customers and shopkeepers, and I've never wanted a show to disengage from the story and stay on a scene more than I did with this
Dragon Ball (spoilers) Show more
OK, I just got to the segment where Goku heads to the Red Ribbon base and single-handedly wastes everyone who gets in his way; while I won't go so far as to call it worth the arc leading up to it, the fact that an entire army and its commanding officers are just a victory lap after a hard-won battle against Mercenary Tao is one of the most welcome and interesting surprises the anime has had for me
(ESPECIALLY since it means I'll be seeing less of Adviser Black from now on)
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